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The Flash Blast is a Nerf Super Soaker that was released in 2013 under the 2011 series.

Details

The Flash Blast advertises as being a quick, single-pump blaster. It is refilled from the front of the blaster, below the muzzle. It advertises as being able to be slam fired. This is the fourth Super Soaker to be spring-powered after the Shot Blast, Rattler, and Quick Blast; it is the first spring-powered water blaster to use a trigger.[citation needed]

It advertises a firing range of up to twenty-nine feet (eight meters).

Official description

History

The Flash Blast was re-released in 2014 under the Nerf Super Soaker series.

Color schemes

The Flash Blast has been released with the following color schemes:

Trivia

  • This is the only Super Soaker released in 2013 to utilize a firing trigger.
  • Some customers have complained that the title on the right side of the weapon peels off quite easily, and can come off onto hands while racking the slide if wet.
  • It bears a strong resemblance to the Dart Tag Sharp Shot and the N-Strike Scout IX-3.
  • The Flash Blast was the smallest soaker to be released in 2013.

Gallery

References

  1. ISoaker logo.png Nerf Super Soaker Flash Blast Review, Manufactured by Hasbro Inc., 2013 (Review). iSoaker. Archived from the original on 2019-19-12. Retrieved on 2020-06-17.

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